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Different Ways to Configure in Hibernate 5

Before working with hibernate in your code, you will need to configure Hibernate with information regarding your database such as host, port, credentials etc. You also need to create mappings that tell hibernate how to map the state of a Java entity to the columns of its corresponding table.

We can configure various hibernate features either through annotations or through xml files (hbm files). Preferred approach currently is annotations.

 

You can configure Hibernate mainly in three ways:

[Lab] Your First Hibernate 5 Program

We will write a simple hibernate application to get started with hibernate.

Before starting, you should:

Downloading Hibernate Jar Files

Hibernate 4 jars can be downloaded from the SourceForge web site at http://sourceforge.net/projects/hibernate/files/hibernate4 or from http://hibernate.org/orm/downloads/.  If this url doesn’t work or get changed, just search ‘hibernate 4 jars download sourceforge’ in Google.  The distribution version downloaded here is 4.3.11. Except for the version numbers, the jar names and folder structure should be same across any version of hibernate4 distribution.  

 

Maven Overview

Maven is primarily a build automation tool used for building mostly Java projects and is maintained by the Apache Software Foundation. Maven, a Yiddish word meaning accumulator of knowledge, was originally started in Jakarta Turbine project.

Maven’s objectives (as per maven.apache.org) are:

  1. Making the build process easy

  2. Providing a uniform build system

  3. Providing quality project information

Unit Testing Concurrency Code in Spring

Will list our common issues, tips and tricks for unit testing concurrency code written in Spring. You will usually be using a unit testing framework such as JUnit or TestNG.

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